Obviously, discussion of Trap's replacement has come up due to his incredibly dumb tactics at the WC and I don't think he would have coached much longer due to his age. Most discussion has been about Capello or Lippi, but how about Ranieri. He is an Italian, but is somewhat like a foreigner because he has spent years at Chelsea. He has done good at Chelsea as the manager. Perhaps the top selling points for Ranieri are: he does not play the typical catenaccio style at Chelsea and, having been away from Italy, he is probably more willing to pick the top players, regardless of where they play or how much press they get. Any thoughts?